Data sharing accelerates innovation. For example, better treatment methods thanks to the secure sharing of patient data. Or the digitisation of paper processes and the use of artificial intelligence. We help parties in various sectors to use each other's data efficiently and securely.
Data sharing: the key to further digitalisation
We demonstrate that secure data sharing can work, connect parties with seemingly different interests and collaborate on ideas.
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Poverty reduction can be made more effective with data analysis
With historically high inflation and rising energy bills, poverty reduction is more relevant than ever. Multi-Party Computation can help implementing authorities to get in touch with members of the general public who are entitled to additional support.
Privacy enhancing technologies
At TNO, we work on privacy-enhancing technologies such as multi-party computation (MPC). Find out how to use this for your organisation.
Federated learning: get to know privacy-preserving data analysis
Federated Learning solves two big problems of data analysis: improved qualitative analyses for society and safeguarding of one's privacy.
Self-sovereign identity: a simple and safe digital life
Self-Sovereign Identity gives the user control over which personal data is shared with whom; the recipient can quickly verify it electronically.
Secure multi-party computation
How do you share information securely as an organisation without disclosing sensitive data? We make a contribution through Secure Multi-Party Computation.
Herman PalsFunctie:Senior Business Consultant
Herman Pals is commercial responsible for portfolio of Data sharing and AI. Herman has a long history in telecom sector both national and international. Herman has huge experience in setting up (inter)national collaborations on various topics. Herman is regular (invited) speaker in conferences and session on data related topics.
Jean-Louis RosoFunctie:Senior Business Development Manager
Jean-Louis Roso is a senior business development manager where he is responisble for helping the Dutch Government by indicating where new technologies can help the Dutch Government in fullfilling their tasks towards civilians and businesses. As an independant research organisation we do so by setting up proof of concepts and/or pilots with these new technologies based on scientific research.
Timon BrussaardFunctie:Senior Business Development Manager
Timon Brussaard is the Business Director at Leibniz Institute and Senior Business Development Manager at TNO. With a background in economics and change management, for the past 18 years, Timon has worked on business development, research, and consultancy processes in the rapidly changing ICT market. His expertise includes, norm engineering, information provision, AI, leadership, project management, communication, policy skills and marketing.
Yvette MulderFunctie:Senior Business Developer (Artificial intelligence)
You can reach me for anything artificial intelligence! As business developer at TNO, this is my focus area. I know which AI-expertise resides at TNO and which innovations are coming next. Of course, data innovations are part of it, being the motor of AI. Most importantly, I like to get in touch with those organizations that want to benefit from new AI possibilities and bring it to the next level together with TNO.
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